Plans to honor Becky Fox for her 14 years as Syracuse Lake Association kept being interrupted by the coronavirus. But a surprise reception honoring her was finally pulled off Wednesday evening, Oct. 14, at the Channel Marker, Syracuse.Read More
SYRACUSE —Repairs and improvements to the Syracuse Flood Control Structure and an update on projects by Lilly Center for Lakes and Streams, were two topics of importance brought before those attending the annual Syracuse Lake Association breakfast meeting Saturday morning. Henry DeJulia, Syracuse Town Manager, presented the … Read More
SYRACUSE — A personal perspective of Syracuse Lake and its history was given by Dr. Larry Allen during the annual Syracuse Lake Association meeting Saturday morning, Aug. 5. This is the 60th year Allen has resided at the lake. Prior to Allen’s presentation several matters of concern were … Read More
SYRACUSE — The annual meeting of the Syracuse Lake Association Saturday morning, Aug. 6, included news of a new type of algae being found on Syracuse Lake the past week.Read More
SYRACUSE — The Syracuse Lake Association met for a productive morning discussion at the Syracuse Community Center on Saturday, Aug. 1.
Beginning at 8 a.m., Carla McLain and Bill Trame greeted guests at the door and welcomed them in for a warm breakfast and coffee. As Syracuse residents mingled and ate, the room quickly began to fill. Presentations began at 8:40 a.m.
The good news is the CSX railroad bridge between Syracuse Lake and Lake Wawasee is now open on both sides. Becky Fox, president of the Syracuse Lake Association and Kay Young, president of the Wawasee Property Owners Association, both confirmed a crew of volunteers had been out Saturday, … Read More
“Making Syracuse Lake Clean, Healthy, Safe and Beautiful” was the topic presented by Dr. Nate Bosch, director of the Center for Lakes and Streams and assistant professor of environmental science at Grace College. Bosch’s presentation was made during the annual Syracuse Lake Association Annual Breakfast Meeting held Saturday. … Read More
The largest Syracuse Lake Association breakfast meeting in its history was held Saturday morning at Syracuse Community Building. More than 84 association members and families attended to hear what the SLA has been doing the past year. Among business was a presentation by board member Nate Shoemaker seeking … Read More